70% of change initiatives fail. Most often, these failures are due to poor performance by leadership.
In this training, we’ll examine why taking an emotionally intelligent approach to leadership can mean the difference between a successful change initiative and one that fails.
Emotionally intelligent leaders are better able to understand how different people adapt to change. These leaders can more effectively address the challenges and issues associated with any change and build greater trust among team members. Greater trust will overcome many of the obstacles associated with change.
You’ll understand that any organizational change is an emotional event. By recognizing what emotions are in play, the emotionally intelligent leader can better manage the change process.
You’ll leave with a greater appreciation of the value of emotionally intelligent leadership and how it can positively impact change at any level in the organization.
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Building a Kaizen Culture
In this session we will discuss how and why Kaizens have been such an effective vehicle for change. We will share the requirements for planning and executing successful Kaizen events, and offer a step-by-step guide to your first Kaizen event. If you’ve already led these events, we bet you’ll gain some useful tips from this training.
If you have never led a Kaizen, you’ll leave this training confident in your ability to introduce this approach to your organization. Run enough Kaizen events and you will create a Kaizen culture that can take you and your organization to new heights.
FREE RESOURCE: This training offers a free Kaizen Tool Kit. Details shared during training.
Lean vs. Six Sigma: Better, Faster, Cheaper
Lean and Six Sigma are improvement methods that have contributed to making products and services better, faster and cheaper. But how do they work, what makes the methods similar, and what makes them different? Moreover, how can you begin applying these concepts in your daily work? We will demystify Lean and Six Sigma, share simple definitions and demonstrate simple applications, and introduce tools and exercises that you can bring to your own teams as the first step in producing great results.